Tibet Cultural Tour commences from the ancient city of Lhasa. This wonderful city is commonly known as the capital of Tibet. It is filled with a distinct culture, history, and beauty. The Potala Palace dominates the skyline with its great ancient architecture. A number of monasteries and temples surrounding the city, such as the Drepung, Sera, and Jokhang facilitate travellers to experience Tibetan Buddhism in this Tibet cultural tour. A visit to these ancient places will fetch you a sense of astonishment for years to come.
Tibet Cultural Tour will be completed by comfortable jeep, van or bus depending on group size. Our friendly and experienced guides will lead you through this marvellous site of Tibet. Often, stops will be made along the way in the historical city of Gyantse and the second-largest city Shigatse. Tibet cultural tour will allow you to relax in these alluring locations and immerse yourself in the rich Buddhist culture. You will have a real sense of the Tibetan lifestyle throughout the trip.
Tibet Culture Tours you wish to go for will let go around real Tibet, observe the Tibetan way of life and Tibetan culture. Nepal Tibet Tours & Treks provides a wide range of Tibet culture tours and diverse holiday packages. We can figure the itineraries as per your desire. For culture lovers, you will get a chance to observe different ethnic people who are actually proud of their century-old culture and religion and have been following them. And we offer experienced, skilled and government-licensed possessor tour guide for Nepal Tibet Culture Tour.
Explore the Spiritual Center of Tibetan- the Barkhor Street. Explore the Drepung and Sera Monastery, where hundreds of Tibetan Monks live and study. Discover the Yamdrok Lake, Karola Glacier on the way from Lhasa to Gyantse. Shigatse is the last stop of the tour, where sit the Tashilhunpo Monastery with old Tibetan Traditional Gardens.
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